Details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: Joshua Michael Stern
Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad
Steve Jobs is not a nice guy ... he uses people as they are toilet paper ... and he is a taker. Its a great setup for a Slammin movies. Unfortunitely, this film seems incomplete without hearts. More precisely, most of the scenes seem incomplete, incoherent and meaningless. There will be nothing.Problem # 1) you do not care for Jobs, and you leave the theater not knowing Jobs. There are few emotional moments in the film - except when you want to spit on him. Fire this person unnecessarily deny that loyal employee well-deserved benefit from using wealth to destabilize the company ... it describes everything you love someone you do not know personally or professionally.Problem # 2) The film's pace slower than my Aunt Minnie in a walker. Ive seen paint dry faster.Problem # 3) It is ... maybe I should say affectations. Kutcher overestimated Jobs odd street and attitude, as if it mattered. But why distract us with an antalgic back hyper-extension of the knee, increased lordosis and forward progress? It distracted from the story and took me out of the movie every time.Problem # 4) Editing was horrible. Scenes will start and end at random - without emotional content. Many scenes had no relation to the structure of the film - takes valuable time and add little or nothing incoherent would be too friendly one word.Problem # 5) The strange arc of the story line ended before it began in earnest. The writing does not explain how the Apple II was able to maintain the many, many years with subsequent failure. Do companies really build shareholders through the image, not performance? Metaphysical, I know that untalented a hole, abuse and throw people deserve to suffer. But we could not see suffering. We see a fabulously wealthy person that emotional system was MIA, glide through life on the efforts others.There is no teaching moments in this movie. There is no emotional content. There are no memorable lines or moments. This is not a movie, it feels more like revenge, cold and meaningless.